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applyServerDigitMapLocally

 

 

UC Software Version 5.4.4.2473

 

Skype for Business 2015 and Lync 2013

 

VVX600

VVX500

 

 

As Polycom does not support the same set of regex expressions as MS we have a number of log entires pertaing to dialplan

 

0511051440|utilm|4|00|Failed to Convert MicroSoft Dial plan: ^1?([2-9]\d\d[2-9]\d{6})\d*(\D+\d+)?$@+1$1@0 
0511051440|utilm|4|00|Failed to Convert MicroSoft Dial plan: ^(?:011)([2-9]\d{6,14})(\D+\d+)?$@+$1@0 
0511051440|utilm|4|00|Failed to Convert all the MicroSoft(Lync) Dial plans

 

 

We've set reg.1.applyServerDigitMapLocally="0" in the config but the phones still produces the log entries above.

 

Is this expected behaviour?

 

Thanks,

 

James

 

 

 

 

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Hello James,

the parameter to ignore the LYNC Digitmap is reg.1.applyServerDigitMapLocally="1"


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Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services




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Message 2 of 15
Frequent Advisor

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Really? The documentation reads "If 0, the dialplan from the Microsoft Lync Server is not used"

Message 3 of 15
Frequent Advisor

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Also, still seeing the same log entries on a phone with =1 set.

Message 4 of 15
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Hello James,

yes this changed at some point in the past and I opened a Doc Bug.

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Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services




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Message 5 of 15
Frequent Advisor

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

So the documentaion bug is that the setting is not applied when using the Lync profile?

 

How do we know it's a documentation and not a software bug?

Message 6 of 15
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Hello James,

 

In LYNC Base Profile:

 

  • reg.1.applyServerDigitMapLocally="1" => Phone does the Digitmap locally
  • reg.1.applyServerDigitMapLocally="0" => Phone uses LYNC Dial Plan

The admin guide is incorrect for the default Value and reg.1.applyServerDigitMapLocally="0" is default in LYNC base profile.

 

You would be able to set for example this:

 

dialplan.digitmap="RR+3512345R[6]xxx|x.T"

 

Anything starting with 6 will add the E164 part in front. Anything else is send to the server as dialed.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services




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Message 7 of 15
Frequent Advisor

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Ok. I'm seing the same behaviour regardeless of the applyServerDigitMapLocally setting.

Message 8 of 15
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

Hello James,

Try support objects at event 1 or event 2 so you can check the logs for what translation is being used.

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Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services




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Message 9 of 15
Frequent Advisor

Re: applyServerDigitMapLocally

No, not that.

 

The behaviour I'm seeing is the same 'Failed to convert' messages in the log regardless of applyServerDigitMapLocally setting.

Message 10 of 15